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>> we are concerned for sue hutchinson safety. adam: now i do, concern is growing after one of these roommates was found dead. plus, the deadline prosecutors in a sexual assault case of owen labrie are facing today following appeal by the defense. kevin: a cooler day with sunshine, but that all changes with the next system. colin van ostern: i' m running for governor in 2016. adam: the first democrat to join the race for governor. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon.
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adam: the discovery of a body in massachusetts is raising concerns of the missing manchester and -- manchester 100 sue hutchinson and steven andrade disappeared last month. andrade' s body was discovered in a hotel. ray brewer is live. ray: that is right, adam, they are looking for help from the public. this came -- this case began when hutchinson' s family ago. persons in. take a good look at this picture. chief willard: we are concerned for her safety. ray: sue hutchinson was last seen system or 20th. since then, there has been no cell phone or credit card activity. her roommate, 36 euros steven andrade, disappeared the following evening. his body was discovered in a to experiments l, dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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chief willard: the fact that it was a self-inflicted gunshot want by steven andrade, we are starting to be more concerned that something untoward happens to sue hutchinson. ray: there was not additional information of the motel where andrade took his life. chief willard: unfortunately, he did not leave any indication as to the location of sue hutchinson. danielle langlois: i have never talked to her, but i' ve seen her outside a lot. ray: danielle langlois said she had seen them around. she said she hopes hutchinson is all right, that bike the chief, she is concerned about her welfare. manchester pope -- manchester police say he had been dating hutchinson' s daughter. chief willard: if steven andrade had something to do with sue hutchinson' s disappearance, we would not know what that motivation would be at this time. ray: andrade was believed to be
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driving hutchinson' s silver bmw. if you have information about that car or hutchinson' s whereabouts, please get in touch with the manchester police department jury reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. adam: ray, thank you. prosecutors are expected to make their case on why the felony conviction against owen labrie should stand. a jury found him not guilty of felony sexual assault against a 15-year-old freshman but did convict him of misdemeanor sex assault because the girl was under aged. he was also convicted of using a computer to lure her to their encounter. if it stands, he will have to register as a sex offender. sentencing is set for later this. an wants investigation -- this month. an investigation into drug trafficking led to the arrest of for people from manchester and three from massachusetts. this is an investigation into the distribution of heroin and
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oxycodone in the area. huge flames swept through a cruising marina this morning. at least four boats caught fire, and one think. so far, no injuries have been ordered, but the exact cause of the fire remains under investigation. a new candidate for governor is throwing his hat into the ring. colin van ostern is the first democrat to formerly announce -- to formally announce a campaign. he is a longtime democratic political operative, managing annie kuster' s first campaign for congress in 2010. in the race for president, chris christie was at a town hall in manchester talking about immigration and social security. lindsey graham continues as 10-day trip with several starts in keene, and jim gilmore is making several stops in new hampshire this thursday. a big day for house republicans. they are scheduled to vote on a replacement for outgoing speaker john boehner.
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necessarily a lock to get a job because there are sharp divisions within the party, and some members could break ranks when the full houseboats later this month. current majority leader kevin mccarthy and congressman jason chaffetz are running. the ceo of volkswagen facing tough questions. michael horn sat before a committee. the controversy seems to be deepening. abc' s bazi kanani has more from washington. bazi: in the hot seat for his company' s deception -- michael horn: i would like to offer a sincere apology. bazi: he apologizes repeatedly as lawmakers vented their anger over the auto -- over the automaker' s cheating on emissions test on over half a million vehicles inserting software that would only turn on emission controls when the vehicle was being tested, allowing cars to pollute the rest of the time up to 40% more than allowed by u.s. dinners.
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rep. upton: vw has betrayed a nation. michael: i do not think something like this was possible at the volkswagen group. bazi: michael horn said he was as disappointed as the millions of vw owners around the world, who are now seeing their car values drop. it will be a costly mistake for volkswagen, facing lawsuits and lost his is on top of recalls, and today a raid on the company' s headquarters in germany as prosecutors seek documents for their own investigation. rep. schakowsky: the american people, the epa, and their counterparts around the world have been defrauded by volkswagen. the company' s word is not worth a dime. bazi: 12 slug has not said how they will fix the recalled vehicles in the u.s. -- bazi: volkswagen has not said how they will fix the recalled vehicles in the u.s. michael: we will make sure this is not happen again.
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something done independently by a couple of software engineers. washington. and i' m not just talking about the weather. 20 years ago today, launched. take a look at these epic throwback photos. the site certainly looks different than it does today. get started with a post from a station engineer. image. that is tom, jen, mike, and jamie on our site about 10 years ago. little has changed. in 1995, our dot com launch. also, starbucks frappuccino debuted and " toy story" premiered. kevin, was the weather this nice 20 years ago today? kevin: you get into october, and this is the kind of weather we get into. a couple of rain chances there
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or there, and we are seemingly in one of those very nice patterns right now. you will notice nothing but sunshine of the present time after a little fog earlier this morning burned off. you will notice one of the quick moving rain chances making progress across the great lakes. that arrives tomorrow and -- that arise overnight and early tomorrow. other changes arrive after the shower chances in time for the holiday weekend. i will have the details with futurecast coming up in a few minutes. adam: next at noon, marking the anniversary of the flood that change the town of alstead forever. hear from the team that repaired the miles of roads and bridges damaged. big problems in south carolina purity concerns still facing residents this noon. and in today' s coupon professors, we are offering creative ideas to give you extra money in your grocery budget
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who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced. and tax cuts every single year. right to rise usa
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who has the plan for jobs? jeb. tax cuts for the middle class. eliminates special loopholes. an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. adam: more concern in south carolina. residents along the coastal region are bracing for more floodwaters from rising rivers purity 62 dams are on the verge of overflowing, potentially releasing millions of gallons of water. many residents are placing sandbags around their homes to
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at least 19 people in the carolinas have died. tomorrow marks 10 years since the deadly flood and alstead. one of the most important projects was to get the roads open again. at work fell largely to the state department of transportation. wmur' s andy hershberger met people who had a giant task. andy: their job was to put the roads and bridges back together, a task that seems pretty overwhelming. mark: the first thing that comes in is just the displacement of that community. caught my eye. andy: mark moran has seen this destruction before. he was in north carolina for hurricanes fran and floyd, but the alstead was different responsibility to get traffic moving to an area that needed mark: when you get out there and you find large segments of no pavement and nothing to reference, yeah, it is definitely overwhelming. andy: he spent a week working on
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route 9 between roxbury and sullivan and then turned his attention to route 123. they developed a two-pronged approach where cleanup and construction would happen together. getting re id of the debris relied on a simple approach. dean: we relied on recycling. we found we had a lot of wood, tires, 90 something tons of tires that have washed down. andy: wood was burned around the clock for three days. stones shaken and the darts given to local farms who had lost topsoil. every effort was made to get her so i don' t back to their owners. dean: it was tough. it was tough for the people who lived in the community, so as we were doing this cleanup, we were very cognizant of what they are feeling. andy: the cleanup and initial roadwork last months. more permanent fixes to the town and the area would take years.
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andy hershberger, wmur news 9. adam: tonight, we continue our coverage of the 10th anniversary of the alstead flood. at 5:00, we will hear from a well-known family who faced the challenge of rebuilding. at 6:00, you will hear a story never told before by the man who saved lives. and then at 7:00, "rising above: the alstead flood 10 years later ." certainly stunning images that invoke a lot of memories. kevin: flooding is the ever present threat in the state, just happening all through the year. we are looking at fairly quiet stretch of weather, briefly interrupted tomorrow before the holiday weekend. adam: all right. in today' s money-saving segment, we are getting ideas on how to
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>> now, meteorologist kevin forecast. kevin: you can take a multitude of sky or web cameras and will pretty much get the exact same sky. hardly a cloud out there at the fair weather clouds.
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s. as we work our way into the afternoon. work their way up into the low and ms. xts and southern areas -- low and mid 60' s in southern areas. just a few fairweather clouds west. we likely start the evening clear before the next system starts to wander in. that system produces a completely different sky tomorrow. tomorrow, we will show you many shots of an overcast sky with scattered showers. this inversion of a clipper type system moving rapidly through the great lakes come out of will be moving across the area where other -- the area rather quickly tomorrow producing a chance of scattered showers. on and off tomorrow, but there go along with it. lower 50' s of north after
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it will be a few spots of around 63, 64, or asked a five this afternoon. light breeze, 5 or 10 miles an asked now in place compared to temperatures yesterday. we are running five, seven degrees cooler than yesterday. again, we start the evening clear, and then over 90 clouds build in. by -- and then overnight, clouds build in. it looks like our rain chances 7:00 tomorrow night. clouds during the evening clear skies out. the endgame is to get the system out in time for the weekend itself, and if you have monday off, the holiday weekend, columbus day on monday. it looks like there may be a few clouds of a weak system moving across parts of canada. that is it as far as any sensible weather beyond the
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56 to 66 out there this weekend great extended forecast, clouds, scattered showers tomorrow, which wind down early to mid-evening. clearing skies overnight. brighter day saturday with a breeze out of the north and plenty of sunshine otherwise with temperatures in the 60' s on sunday to 60' s to lower 70' s for columbus day, so all outdoor activities for the holiday weekend are good right now. let' s head to cook' s corner. adam: the leaves are changing colors in the seasons are turning, and there are great seasonal things to eat. you want to get those things on sale, so we have extreme coupon professor kim bergeron. what are we making today? kimberly: i came across this fabulous deal, everybody knows i love jd foods in manchester. it is a whole food -- a whole suit -- it is a wholesale food company. right after this, i' m going to buy 40 pounds of chicken.
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a huge way of saving money as by being ahead of the game, right? it can be a something as simple as getting little meal packets, a slow cooker for chicken. i went on to pinterest and found 25 brand-new chicken recipes. that is a great thing to do. planning ahead like that does make a huge difference. take out your crockpot. i found a great deal, now find the recipes to go along with it. get that crockpot out because if you are running to sports and stuff, you want to sit with your family and have your meals. sometimes, too, another thing we need is a break in our budget. do a breakfast for dinner. i wish i could do it a lot more than i do, but here, krusteaz sent us a great package. it is a break in our budget. i' m not going with all sugar.
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though kids love chocolate chip pancakes, i have apples, i do not have to add hardly any sugar to it to have the great flavor and taste, at them your waffles, your pancakes -- add it to your chicken, too. that is a nice change in your meal plan and in your budget. adam: is it good to start saving a little bit here and there now because there is a big meal coming up in about a month and a half, thanksgiving? kimberly: that is a great topic because i always teach people to buy seasonally. we will see the prices on turkeys -- buy some extras, put them in your freezer. a lot of great peppers and cheeses will go on sale. check into that. you can also use clipping services for extra coupons, and you can get coupons sense to you, exactly what you are looking for, so you will be ready for when those sales pop up. adam: fantastic. my son is three years old, he loves the crockpot.
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adam: we are following some breaking news on the seacoast right now. there is a fire on ocean boulevard in hampton. you can see some light, white smoke rising above the sideline as we look on from our hampton beach camera. ocean boulevard is closed as firefighters fight the flames. head on over to for the updates drop the afternoon on this developing story. if you are looking for new pet to make art of your family, payton the puppy may be part of the companion you are searching for. payton is a seven-month-old boxer mix, full of energy, likes to cuddle and gets along well with children and other animals. please visit our website for information on payton and other adoptable pets at it is a good day to walk the dog. kevin: a perfect day for it out there as temperatures climb anywhere from the mid-50'
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s to mid 60' s. a similar temperatures, but clouds and showers tomorrow, eventually giving you a beautiful weekend. re starting tonight at 5:00, a new scam to collect peoples personal data. we told you about the maine school district that had canceled school dances. another behavior -- another has parents outraged. have a good afternoon. if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but the republicans... v they want to go back to letting v the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president.
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